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Oct 9, 2012 11:00pm PDT
happened four years ago, but they recall every detail. his family vacationed in had mexico, celebrating the oldest son b.j.'s 18th birthday and high school graduation. >> we were walking. then b.j. comes up to be me and says, dad, my throat hurts. can you get me some cough drops? >> reporter: those would be the last words to his father. >> his lips are blue, he's pale gasping for air. >> reporter: he was allergic to peanuts. unknowingly ate some in his chocolate mousse that might. >> he just gets hives and we give him antihistamines and he would be okay. but this time it killed him. >> reporter: 12 million american children or one out of 12 have a food allergy. they said that half of them will have a life threatening reaction some time in their lives. the researcher at children's hospital researches this stuff. >> people could be looking normal. then within a matter of minutes if they inject that food or someone wipes it on their skin, they can have a reaction. >> reporter: the centers for disease control says that the number of the children with the food allergy doubles every two decad
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